Carpets Get Stained and Faded
Carpets are beautiful and vibrant when installed, but in no time, the carpets get damaged from color loss and stains. Carpets can be color restored via a carpet dyeing process, which restores the original color of the carpets.
But why haven’t you heard more about carpet dyeing? The answer is simple.
Carpet manufacturers make and sell carpets. Carpet retailers sell carpets. Most Carpet cleaners don’t know about carpet dyeing and they do not profit from carpet dyeing. So that leaves you, the consumer in the dark about this cost saving carpet restoration service.
Carpet Dyeing Restores Original Color
Carpet Dyeing is the best solution to restore carpets that are sunfaded, bleached, stained & dull. DyeBold dyes carpets using the same type of dyes as the carpet manufacturers, and therefore, we can restore the original color by replacing the colors that have been removed by bleach or sunfading. Also, via a combination of stain removal and dye replacement, DyeBold is able to restore most carpets that have been stained by wine, coffee, pet accidents, turmeric, and unknown stains.
Carpet Dyeing Can Change Carpet Color
It is also the most cost effective solution for carpets that are of outdated color.
We are 100% dedicated to carpet dyeing and stain removal of carpets and rugs. We are an expert in these carpet restoration services, due to an extensive intimate understanding of the carpet construction, and fiber content, which are all extremely important in determining the best way to restore a color on a carpet.
Who Can Dye Carpets?
Carpet Dyeing is a unique highly specialized skill that takes years to be mastered, made up of a combination of science and art. There are very few highly qualified carpet dyers in the nation and the world, because most who set out to pursue this craft are not able to master it and end up going back to their everyday business, which is usually of carpet cleaning.
When looking for a qualified carpet dyer, look for these parameters:
- Carpet Dyeing Training – A carpet dyer should have carpet dyeing training. There are several trainings and certifications available, which is the first step in becoming a carpet dyer. However, certifications alone are not sufficient. Because carpet dyeing is also an art, it can take years for this skill to be developed.
- Carpet Dyeing Length of Experience – That is why you should find out how long a carpet dyer has been restoring carpets.
- Carpet Dyeing Specialization – It is not enough to have been dyeing carpets for years. There are many individuals and companies who have been doing so for years, but they are not specialized in carpet dyeing and restoration, meaning that they also clean carpets, homes, tiles and even ducts!!! So from this perspective, it is easy to determine companies and individuals who specialize in carpet dyeing alone. A highly specialized carpet dyer will also be deft at restoring intricate patterns in carpets and rugs.
At DyeBold, we are proud to say we are 100% dedicated to carpet dyeing and stain removal of carpets and rugs. We are an expert in these carpet restoration services, due to an extensive intimate understanding of the carpet construction, and fiber content, which are all extremely important in determining the best way to restore color on a carpet.
Which Carpets Can Be Dyed?
DyeBold can dye all carpet colors and patterns
Solid Color Carpet – Multi-color Carpet – Wool Carpet – Wool Blend Carpet – Sisal Carpet – Woven Carpet – Persian & Oriental and Modern Tufted and Woven Rugs (rugs restored by The Rug Colorist specialty division)